On March 14th and 15th, the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association held the BuildingEnergy Boston Conference. Among the attendees were building professionals, educators, homeowners, students, and energy & environment professionals. One of the presentations given at BuildingEnergy Boston was titled Solar Access for the Underserved. Three different speakers addressed the problem of accessibility of solar, and provided specific solutions to this problem.
According to reporting from WBUR, the town council of Watertown, Massachusetts unanimously voted to approve a zoning ordinance requiring commercial real estate developers to put solar on new buildings.
With the rise of new developments across the world, the residential real estate market has become fiercely competitive. Our team at Breiter Planet Properties has compiled a list of 8 ways for our network of property owners to make their residential buildings more attractive to tenants.
When preparing for the construction of a new building, it’s the perfect time to make your property Solar-ready. Whether or not you’re ready to go Solar now, making the property Solar-ready helps ensure a smoother process when you are. If you plan to install Solar on a new construction, here are some tips for you:
When it comes to managing a property, the roof is often the most neglected part of it. The roof, however, is the most crucial part of a property - it protects us from snow, rain, and excessive heat. Being exposed to these elements, the roof is also most susceptible to damage. The average roof lasts 15-30 years, depending on how well you maintain it. Replacing a roof is expensive, and typically requires refinancing, which is why you must try to prolong its life as best you can. Here are 7 tips on how to maintain your roof to prolong it's life:
By Krish Gaurav Tilokani